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Networker server on Solaris 8 for x86 (Intel)?

Networker server on Solaris 8 for x86 (Intel)?

Networker server on Solaris 8 for x86 (Intel)?

Anyone know if there's a server version of networker for Solaris 8 on Intel? I'm interested in using this as a test platform to play around with before we go to a real Sparc system w/jukebox (read "expensive"). I've gotten the client to install (5.5.3) but nsrd errors out when I try to load the server portion: "/usr/sbin/nsrd: syntax error at line 1: `(' unexpected." Any ideas how I can get around this or of a version that works?

RE: Networker server on Solaris 8 for x86 (Intel)?

Last I knew, Legato was not releasing the  server module for Solaris on the x86 anymore .. However, Sun offers a NetWorker backup program under it's own name ( I believe Sun co-developed NetWorker, and have an agreement with Legato)..  I would talk to Sun and hit their website..  

I've used it with earlier versions of Solaris x86 and it works fairly well...


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